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Application Deadlines of ISN Programs

Dear Colleague,

The ISN would like to remind you of the upcoming application deadlines for a couple of ISN Programs:

Clinical Research and Prevention Program – Application deadline: April 1, 2014
The ISN Clinical Research and Prevention Program aims to promote and fund research and
educational programs in low-middle-income countries and implement research projects
on early detection and management of non-communicable chronic diseases.

It especially targets chronic kidney disease, hypertension, diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases.
Local nephrologists and health workers and authorities work together on these topics.

For this competition, special priority will be given to projects that focus on clinical aspects of
acute kidney failure in low and middle income countries – especially studies on epidemiology,
risk factors, prevention and treatment.
Click here for more information

If you are interested in applying for this program please download the
Clinical Research and Prevention Program leaflet and the KHDC Guidelines for more detailed information.

Educational Ambassador Program – Application deadline: May 1, 2014
Do you want to share your expertise with other doctors in the developing world? Are you looking for
an expert to help train local doctors in specific areas in the field of nephrology? You can apply
for the ISN Educational Ambassador Program (EAP).

Centers in the emerging world can request a teacher or an expert to join them onsite and train local
doctors in acute and chronic dialysis, renal pathology, CKD management in a local settings, and to
initiate and/or develop community based research and screening programs.

Click here to download the EAP leaflet for more detailed information.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

Marcello Tonelli
ISN Clinical Research and Prevention Program Chair

Sarala Naicker
ISN Educational Ambassadors Program Chair